I've put this off long enough. We've done so much this summer, and I haven't shared much of it. Needless to say, I'm feeling a little bit selfish. We have so much family that lives far away, and I know you would love to see what Sully has been up to! We've had quite a few adventures, but the most fun, I think, was blueberry picking and the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston.
Here's a bunch of photos!!
Blueberry Pickin' at Libby & Sons
Visit to the Franklin Park Zoo
This guy charged at the glass pane and scared the crap out of everyone - except Sully. Sully had this look on his face like, "What? You don't scare me!" It was too much... The kid is fearless.
That's all I have for now! Hopefully soon, I'll actually be able to "write" what's happening. But I think the photos work!!
Ack, it's been a while... again! From the moment I wake up with Sully from the time he goes to bed, my days have been absolutely packed. I barely sit down, so it's been difficult to squeeze in time for the blog... But today is the day!
There have a been a few things that I've wanted to post about such as blueberry picking and Sully's trip to the zoo in Boston. However, in the spirit of the crisp 33 degree air that's taking up space outside, I wanted to post about Sully's first fall festival - the Shaker Hill Apple Festival.
It's small and adorable and I've gone the past couple of years. There are art vendors, crafts, food, pony rides, apple and pumpkin picking, live music... it's awesome.
The pictures speak better than words, I suppose, but I'll say it anyway. We had a blast! Yeah, the wagon says "No Riders," but we couldn't resist sitting Sully on top of all those pumpkins (we were at a standstill anyway, so no harm done). He was obsessed with the apples and pumpkins and is definitely a kid after my own heart.
Can't wait to carve those pumpkins and see how he reacts to pumpkin mush.. Now that's going to make for some great photos :).